Cloud Support Program Leader
The Cloud Support Program Leader will work cross-functionally within the Splunk organization to drive cloud specific projects and initiatives for Support.
The PM’s responsibilities start from the moment a need is identified and proceed until the project/initiative is successfully completed.
- Monitors project dates, project achievements, and project schedule
- Identifies scope creep and works directly with manager to ensure that all changes in the program/projects have executive consensus
- Facilitates meetings and other communications, including status reporting and meeting notes
- Seeks process improvements, and works directly with team members to ensure processes are updated in real-time
- Does not manage personnel
- Does not perform any "hands-on" technical work
- Technical writing experience is a plus
- 5+ years of Technical Project Management / cloud migration project management
- Experience managing project financials including an in-depth understanding of return on investment
- Has phenomenal written and verbal communication skills
- Self-motivated, an outstanding teammate, with the ability to work with minimal supervision
- Results oriented person that can adapt to a constantly evolving environment
- Familiar with Jira, Confluence, and other project management tools
- Familiar with agile project management fundamentals
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